Audit

Check the following for Wear, Security, Leaks, and Cleanliness:
Port Engine

Battery

Oil Lines

Fuel Lines

Water Lines

Air Lines and Filters

Starter

Air Compressor

Electrical Wires and Connectors

Generator Belts and Charging Rate

Safety Alarms

Marine Gear

Engine Mounts

Comments:

Starboard Engine

Battery

Oil Lines

Fuel Lines

Water Lines

Air Lines and Filters

Starter

Air Compressor

Electrical Wires and Connectors

Generator Belts and Charging Rate

Safety Alarms

Marine Gear

Engine Mounts

Comments:

Steering

Steering Rams and Lines

Steering Quadrants

Steering Pumps

Emergency Steering Backup System

Generator

Battery

Oil Lines

Fuel Lines

Water Lines

Air Lines and Filters

Starter

Air Compressor

Electrical Wires and Connectors

Generator Belts and Charging Rate

Safety Alarms

Marine Gear

Engine Mounts

Comments:

Pilot Signature:
Requirements for Instruction, Drills & Safety Orientation

Person in charge of a vessel must ensure that each crew member participates in drills & receives instructions once a week

1.) Fighting a fire in the engine room and other locations on board the vessel, including how to:
a. Operate fire extinguishing equipment on board the vessel
b. Stop mechanical ventilation systems
c. Operate fuel shutoff valve

2.) Activate the general alarm

3.) Reporting inoperative shutoff valve

Pilot Initials:
Deckhand Initials:
Weekly Maintenance Procedures for Fire Pump

1.) Check fire pumps, fuel, oil and the condition of the pull string:

2.) Start the pump and make sure fire pump is not seized up and/or catches prime; Check the suction hose and discharge hose for leaks and other problems:

3.) In weather conditions below freezing, make sure pump is drained or has RV antifreeze in the pump:

IF THERE IS ANY ISSUE WITH THE FIRE-FIGHTING EQUIPMENT, NOTIFY A COMPANY SUPERVISOR OR THE BOAT CAPTAIN IMMEDIATELY.

Please note that this checklist is a hypothetical example and provides basic information only. It is not intended to take the place of, among other things, workplace, health and safety advice; medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment; or other applicable laws. You should also seek your own professional advice to determine if the use of such checklist is permissible in your workplace or jurisdiction.